Skip to Content

Blog

Welcome to the Psychology Press Anthropology Blog, where we publish news and updates about featured products, notable authors, special promotions and discounts. You can also browse our blog posts by category to learn more about products in your area of interest.

Recent Articles

  1. Routledge Library Editions: Folklore

    Routledge Library Editions: Folklore is a collection of previously out-of-print titles from a variety of academic imprints. It provides in one place a wealth of important reference sources on a wide variety of folklore topics. The books span a wide date range, demonstrating both the development of the field and, at the same time, providing valuable background to current academic thinking.

    Click here to read more. 

  2. Did you see these Author Interviews in 2014?

     We hope you got the chance to read our author interviews and articles in 2014, but in case you didn’t, we’ve put them all in one place to make them easily accessible.

    Click here to read them all!

  3. Anthropology and Anthropologists: The British School in the Twentieth Century, 4th Edition

    Author of ‘Anthropology and Anthropologists’ featured in Anthropology of This Century (AOTC)

    A recent issue of 'Anthropology of This Century' (AOTC) featured an article by Adam Kuper, author of Anthropology and Anthropologists, now in its fourth edition. He discusses the radical changes in the field of British social anthropology since the first publication of his book in 1973, the two opposing schools of thought that shaped its evolution, and the current state of social anthropology as a truly cosmopolitan discipline. Read excerpts from the article, or read the full article here. Learn more about the book here.

  4. Now Available - Medical Anthropology in Europe: Shaping the Field

    This collection brings together three generations of medical anthropologists working at European universities to reflect on past, current and future directions of the field. Medical anthropology emerged on an international playing ground, and while other recently compiled anthologies emphasize North American developments, this volume highlights substantial ethnographic and theoretical studies undertaken in Europe.

     This book was originally published as a special issue of Anthropology and Medicine.

  5. 2014 Anthropology Bestsellers

    We are proud to present our Top 10 Bestselling titles from Routledge Anthropology.

    Learn more about any of these bestsellers by just clicking on the titles below, where you can read the full blurb, view the table of contents, read reviews, and view inside with FREE ACCESS to the first 30 pages of every book!
     

  6. Reproduction and Biopolitics: Ethnographies of Governance, “Irrationality” and Resistance

    Routledge is delighted to announce that  Reproduction and Biopolitics: Ethnographies of Governance, "Irrationality" and Resistance has published. 

  7. Now Available - The Underbelly of the Indian Boom

    Routledge is pleased to announce the publication of The Underbelly of the Indian Boom. As India emerges as a major economic power, producing dollar billionaires rising at the rate of 17 per year, more than 800 million Indians eke out a living on less than two dollars a day. This book takes the reader to the underbelly of the Indian boom, an India that is not shining but is struggling to survive. 

  8. Samuel Collins and Matthew Durington on the changing nature of anthropological research

    How have new technologies changed the nature of anthropological research? 

    Samuel Gerald Collins and Matthew Slover Durington, authors of Networked Anthropology: A Primer for Ethnographers, answered a few questions for us about their research and the influence of information and communication technologies on self, community, politics and practice. 

  9. Interview with Ann Reed, author of Pilgrimage Tourism of Diaspora Africans to Ghana

    Ann Reed, author Pilgrimage Tourism of Diaspora Africans to Ghana recently answered a few questions for us about her research and the surprises and challenges of her fieldwork in Ghana. 

  10. Interview with Allan Charles Dawson, editor of Negotiating Territoriality

    How have modern states interacted with traditional societies’ ways of using and managing territory?

    Allan Charles Dawson, lead editor of Negotiating Territoriality: Spatial Dialogues Between State and Tradition, recently answered a few questions for us about his research.

More Articles…